What format and how many copies of the documentation should be submitted?
If approved by the Water and Wastewater Treatment Program staff member performing the project review, reduced size drawings (for example, ANSI ‘C’ 12”H x 18”W drawings instead of ANSI ‘D’ 24”H x 36”W standard size drawings) may be submitted for the preliminary review and approval set of Design Drawings. However, if the level of detail on the drawings is very complex and is not discernable on smaller size drawings, then full size drawings should be submitted.

Normally only one copy of the documentation is required for the preliminary review. However, additional copies may be required if portions of the project are going to be reviewed by other MCESD programs.

The final as-built set of Design Drawings must be submitted as ANSI ‘D’ size 24”H x 36”W standard size drawings for the public record. All other documentation should be submitted in a binder and be 8-1/2”H x 11”W letter size sheets. For more information, please call 602-372-2861.

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1. What types of documentation are required to be submitted?
2. Are electronic (digital format) documentation submittals accepted?
3. Does the documentation submitted for my project become part of the 'public record'?
4. My project contains proprietary or sensitive information. How can I protect this data?
5. What types of documentation must be sealed by a Professional Engineer?
6. What format and how many copies of the documentation should be submitted?
7. What is the submission sequence for project documentation?
8. What are the criteria used for the review of submittals?
9. Does the MCESD sign the cover page of the design drawings?